Saif Ali Khan calls himself ‘left wing’, then says ‘should not say such issues anymore in the present day’

Saif Ali Khan lately mentioned that he’s “left wing” and a “liberal” however adopted it up by including that he is aware of he “should not say such issues anymore in the present day”.

While selling his upcoming movie Vikram Vedha, the actor in an interview with Biz Asia talked about how he does not agree with the ideas and rules of his character within the movie. Saif performs an encounter specialist Vikram whereas Hrithik Roshan is Vedha, a gangster.

 “When the mafia drawback was getting uncontrolled, there was this city legend that we cannot present whether or not the ‘felony’ was shot genuinely attempting to flee or executed, and afterward, do the paperwork to indicate that he was attempting to flee and we needed to shoot him,” he mentioned.

“That’s referred to as an ‘encounter’, a ‘faux encounter’. It’s type of a horrific judicial… I’m positive it is fully unlawful. But it is cinematically fairly disturbing as properly, and that is type of what my character does. But he is satisfied he is a superb man, as a result of (he thinks) it is required.”

He added: “I’m far more… most likely a bit left-wing, I suppose… I do not know, I most likely should not say these items anymore in the present day.”

The actor additionally referred to as himself a “liberal”.

“But sure, I’m actually liberal and easygoing, and I believe everyone seems to be entitled to a good trial earlier than judgment. I’m actually not for executing suspected criminals, which my character appears to like to do,” Saif mentioned.

Vikram Vedha is a Hindi remake of the 2017 Tamil film of the identical identify, starring R Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi. It’s mentioned to be based mostly on the Indian folktale, Vikram aur Betaal.

The movie, which additionally stars Radhika Apte, is scheduled to hit the screens on September 30.



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